A couple are now planning their wedding after they were matched together by experts on Married At First Sight - but never actually made it onto the show.
The show sees couples meet for the very first time on their wedding day before they are given several weeks to test the strength of their relationship before deciding whether to stay together or not.
Ally Acklan, 38, and Paul Todd, 35, were matched together and were due to feature in the 2020 series - but their wedding was called off three days before it was due to take place after the UK was forced into a strict coronavirus pandemic lockdown.
Paul, a train driver, took matters into his own hands and begged the producers to give him Ally's details. He reached out to his would-be bride and, after meeting virtually on Skype, the pair quickly hit it off. READ MORE: Married At First Sight on E4: The brides and grooms in this year's cast Get the latest TV news from the Manchester Evening News here. When the social distancing restrictions eased in June 2020, the pair were finally able to meet in person and their relationship went from strength to strength.Read more on manchestereveningnews.co.uk
Get the latest stars news and celebrity rumours with exclusive stories, photos, videos and interviews.
Breaking up, scandals, engagements, divorces, gossip – all you need to know about the private lives of your favorite celebs.
Get to know the latest showbiz news along with exclusive interviews and even more. All this is waiting for you on the main page 24 hours a day, 7 days a week! Who, where, when, with whom, how, why and for what!? Stay tuned to know first!
Just follow us daily and we will provide you with the current news from the life of famous stars and celebrities.
Owner: SNOWLAND s.r.o.
Registration certificate 06691200
16200, Na okraji 381/41, Veleslavín, 162 00 Praha 6
©2023. All rights reserved.